Dystopian Future: Is there any other kind in Hollywood movies? Check out Bill's reviews of "Ready Player One," "The Death of Stalin," and "More Art Upstairs"...plus an exclusive interview clip with the one and only Mel Brooks!
Come to Amish Country to discover the future of the movies...plus, fear the 60-foot-tall Oprah in "A Wrinkle In Time" and have your heart warmed by "Keep The Change" and "Same Kind of Different As Me."
Bill gets caught red-handed squeezing a Marty Ingels reference into his review of The Young Karl Marx. Also, Game Night and The Concert For George.
Bill was all set for a romantic dinner-and-movie. But the movie studios had other plans!
The Movie Dog Days of January continue, but Bill has found a couple of pretty good options: the big-budget western Hostiles and the surprising indie comedy The Clapper. At home, there's bad weather (and a bad movie) ahead in Geostorm!
January is the meanest month at the movies, but Bill finds two little gems: Humor Me with Elliott Gould and Germaine Clement...and Mom & Dad with Nicolas Cage and Selma Blair.
The PBS superstar tells Bill about his love of India, featured in his new film Viceroy's House...Human rights pioneer Dolores Huerta discusses the new documentary about her life...A new book traces Hollywood's love affair with New York's Plaza Hotel...and meet Toronto's eternal sweetheart, Mary Pickford.
As Chuck, starring Liev Schreiber (above), comes to Blu-ray, I interview Chuck Wepner, the scrappy boxer who went nearly 15 rounds with Muhammed Ali in 1975 — and became Sylvester Stallone's inspiration for Rocky. Chuck recalls his legendary fight...and a later bout with a boxing bear.
Plus, my review of The Hitman's Bodyguard.
Bill explores the surprisingly complex worlds of War For The Planet Of The Apes and Spiderman: Homecoming...talks pies with A Ghost Story writer/director David Lowery...chats with Richard Gere about his acclaimed film Norman...and tries to reassure A Place To Call Home star Marta Dusseldorp that she really is funny.